Zest Ethiopia Tours | Nechisar National Park
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Nechisar National Park

nechasrLocated about 505km from the capital of the country, near the town of Arbaminch, the Park was established as a sanctuary for the endemic Swayne’s Hartebeest, an endangered sub species throughout Ethiopia. The 514 sq km park is situated in the Rift Valley; at 1,867 meters above see level between lakes Abaya and Chamo in the south central Ethiopia. The park mainly covered with open grassland, it also contains spares area of savannah woodland and highland forest. Numerous species of birds and eight four mammal species occurred, including Hippo, Zebra, Buffalo, Greater Kudu, Reedbuck, Grant’s gazelle, Lion and Leopard.